Grateful Dead Live at Meadowlands Arena on 1985-11-10
Schoeps CMC441 (FOB, 90deg, 17cm) > Oade M118 > Oade modSONY PCM-F1; Transfer: PCM > DAT > DAW > DSP (see notes) > DataCD (mkw) > HD > SFXP4.5 > CDWave v1.6 > mkwACT0.97b (SHN); taping, transfer by Doug Oade, fileset prep by dwonk, seeded via BT by macdaddy; note no DAE and possible remaster compared to previous shn set
Subject: OK show,
Subject: All good times
The next day my friend Tony and I managed to find a cookout in the parking lot to cook our bag of chicken as well as a ride back to Groton after finding a Connecticut plate in the parking lot. Those were the days...
Subject: Stranger and Stranger
Subject: Later era Strangers!
Subject: Harold's got a point
I loved shows at the Byrne! These were some of my favorite (but still no match for the April 83 ones that featured guest performances by Stephen Stills;).
Good show. The North east portion of this tour is not bad.
Subject: Best Stranger????
Another nice Stranger:
3/23/87 - listen with head phones. And it's also played late in the first set like this one. Doesn't have that ending jam, but overall I think has more energy. http://www.archive.org/audio/etree-details-db.php?id=15967
Subject: my first show at 15
Subject: Best Stranger Ever
Half-Step > I Know You Rider was a great novelty. That's something you expect from Phil & Friends or the Other Dead, but not the GD. It was so cool to see. I loved this show. We had tickets to the Giants game that day too but ended up arriving halfway through the 4th quarter. They wouldn't let anyone into the parking lots until the Giants game was over. We show up and the guard immediately turns us away. We flash our Giants tickets and whaddya know, all of a sudden he opens the gate. We got a great parking spot.
Also, the name of this venue was NOT 'Meadowlands Arena'.... it was Brendan Byrne Arena. Yes, it's at the Meadowlands, but so is Giants Stadium. And Giants Stadium is not 'Meadowlands Stadium'.
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